The College of Medicine is recruiting experienced UIC students to become Medical Lecture Transcribers for this semester!
Medical Lecture Transcribers work to support future generations of physicians in their medical education. This work entails a high level of collaboration, and offers development in research skills! There is more than one position available!
Medical Lecture Transcribers are detail-oriented, highly organized, and want to help students find success in medical education. You can work up to 15 hours per week and will be transcribing video-recorded lectures in the medical curriculum.
Medical Lecture Transcribers will coordinate with other teammates to provide accurate transcriptions of lecture materials by established deadlines. The position is Federal Work-Study eligible.
- Flexible schedule and hours.
- Wages are $13.60/hour.
Some qualifications include:
Completion of English 160 and 161 (with a minimum grade of B) or exemption from the composition requirement.
Two (2) years of related experience or at least two years of university coursework.
Must currently be in good academic standing.
Prior experience with transcribing academic lectures and content. Prior experience using Echo360 recording software.
*Students who are pre-medicine or current medical students are not eligible for this position.
Required Documents – Send to Max Anderson, Ph.D. firstname.lastname@example.org for review:
- One-Page Resume
- One-Page Cover Letter
- Unofficial Transcripts
- Letter of Recommendation from a current/former supervisor, advisor, or faculty member. Letters must be sent from the recommender to Max Anderson, PhD email@example.com. Letters sent directly from applicants will not be considered.
Only complete applications will be considered for review.
Resumes and cover letters exceeding one page will not be reviewed.
DARS reports will not be accepted in lieu of unofficial transcripts.